Just starting The Deadly Dare Mysteries by Malorie Blackman. Loved her Nought & Crosses series (a recommend read) and also her other book The Stuff of Nightmares, so gonna give a crack on one which I recently picked up
All about Bristol Rovers supporters in the heyday of hooliganism. Also gives a very good story of life and street culture in Bristol. I'm so glad Bristol is what it is today compared to Bristol in the book.
Thought about starting this again. I am currently reading The Godfather: Lost Years and have the The Godfather: Revenge lined up as well. Both are sequels to the classic The Godfather book. Hopefully they are as good as the first one
I like self development books. Here are my top recommendations:
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Getting the Things Done
Outwitting the Devil
Must reads for everybody.
I also like some educational readings. Currently reading Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism by Philip Kotler it is almost 700 pages and the information can be implemented not only in the hospitality business. I was impressed by Kotler's last book about Direct Marketing.
In general I prefer books that can give you some valuable information and knowledge about stuff you can use in life. I have for example read Body Language from Allen Gardner.
I'm reading Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality (HPMOR) now. is a Harry Potter fan fiction by Eliezer Yudkowsky. Recently, I have increasingly read literature and sources that are related to the topic of my dissertation. I write about behavioral economics and marketing. The company https://assignmentbro.com/us/marketing-assignment-help helps me a lot in organizing the research process, in the selection of literature and sources on the topic. There is less and less time left for reading fiction.